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Badlands and Beyond, Part 12 – Yoho Nat’l Park, Canada

When camping in a van, the weather determines one's motivation early in the morning. If I hadn't had to answer the call of mother nature, I would've stayed in bed 'til noon! Unlike home, where all you have to do is walk downstairs to use the facilities... we had to get dressed, put on a…

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Badlands and Beyond, part 11, Canadian Rockies

To move, to breathe, to fly, to float... To gain all while you give... To roam the roads of lands remote... To travel is to live! - Hans Christian Andersen June 24, 2018 - We had been traveling for over three weeks now, and had seen the most spectacular landscapes I had ever witnessed in…

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Badlands and Beyond, Part 7, East Glacier Nat’l Park

We woke up to overcast skies again on June 17, 2018, so we decided to pull stakes a little early and drive to the east side of Glacier in search of sunshine and drier weather. Arriving at St. Mary's campground about noon, we called to cancel our reservations at Fish Creek. The park rangers swapped…

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Badlands and Beyond, part 6, GLACIER NAT’L PARK

West side Glacier is more forested and typically, has more precipitation. We woke up to cloudy skies but had a clear vision of where we wanted to explore on June 15, 2018. Kintla and Bowman Lakes are well known for their spectacular, pristine, mountain-studded waters that draw hikers and kayakers from all over the world.…